Best Gaylor podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Let's Sip! pontificates on all things craft beer. Pour yourself a tall one and come drink with us! Become a supporter of this podcast:
Real World Health and Fitness is a podcast dedicated to sharing fitness and weight loss tips and tricks in a 'real world' way that you can easily implement today to start seeing results tomorrow!Brought to you with a fun and lighthearted approach by fitness and body transformation experts Julian Gaylor and Danielle Antonellos, you'll be hanging for each episode!
Freethought Radio
A weekly show by the Freedom From Religion Foundation. Slightly irreverent views, news, music and interviews.
A Better Life
Podcast by Chris Johnson
Press Box Podcast
Ralph Miranda, former Notre Dame linebacker and 25 year sports media veteran, is joined by Joseph Miranda as they bring you fun and compelling interviews and give their unfettered takes on the world of sports and more.
This is the podcast for the weekly teaching of NSPIRE church.
It’s a long island with a long history. Want to hear it? Interviews with historians, scholars, authors and anyone with a story to tell and a passion for this unique region of New York.
The Web Ahead
Conversations with world experts on changing technologies and future of the web. The Web Ahead is your shortcut to keeping up. Hosted by Jen Simmons.
The Humanist Hour
The Humanist Hour (HH) Audio Podcast is a monthly one-hour talk show produced by the American Humanist Association. Every episode of the HH Audio Podcast explores a different area of humanist thought, from politics to pop culture.
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The Web Ahead
Conversations with world experts on changing technologies and future of the web. The Web Ahead is your shortcut to keeping up. Hosted by Jen Simmons.
The Humanist Hour
The Humanist Hour (HH) Audio Podcast is a monthly one-hour talk show produced by the American Humanist Association. Every episode of the HH Audio Podcast explores a different area of humanist thought, from politics to pop culture.
The Web Ahead
Conversations with world experts on changing technologies and future of the web. The Web Ahead is your shortcut to keeping up. Hosted by Jen Simmons.
Mr. Joi and Mykro both being cinemaphile's as well as Dj's will plan on surprising you with the likes of : French New Wave, Golden Age, Noir, Action, Adventure, Comedy, Coming of age Drama, Epic/Myth, Fantasy, Gangster, Horror, Romantic Comedy, Science Fiction, Social Drama, Thriller, The Art Film, The Black Comedy, The Musical and the Porno. So tune at 11pm and prepare to be surprised!
A citizen journalism/new media project featuring a daily audio podcast with accompanying blog by SAG member Tanja Barnes (Available for download in iTunes).
Rand Fishkin founder of Moz, Victor Cho CEO of evite, Brian Wong founder of Kiip, Darian Shirazi founder of Radius, Frank Luntz founder of Luntz Global and other members of the Internet Marketing Association share their experiences leading cutting edge marketing companies. We bring you insights into the future of modern marketing from the crème de la crème of thought leaders across the industry. Learn to be effective with Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and other social medial. Get tips on SEO, ...
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More than a beach or a brand, Southampton has a history that stretches back thousands of years. The coming of English settlers in the 17th century only complicated matters. The coming of the railroad and wealthy New Yorkers in the 19th century led to a Gilded Age enclave of entrepreneurs, socialites, and celebrities. Now known world-wide as an ...…
In this very special educational episode, we explore the 'partial' government shutdown's effects on the beer world. Become a supporter of this podcast:
FFRF and other secular groups are protesting the Attorney General nomination of William Barr, a religious extremist who disrespects secularists and state/church separation. During this anniversary week of Roe v Wade (January 22, 1973), we celebrate the life of Margaret Sanger by hearing Dan Barker's song "No Gods, No Masters." Then we talk with ...…
Chris speaks with Brian Peck, a secular therapist and licensed clinical social worker specializing in helping those struggling with losing their religious faith and identities. They talk about his deconversion journey, and his work helping others.
Ralph Miranda recaps the College Football Playoffs and 2019 National Championship game (4:06) before breaking down the NFL Playoffs on the eve of the Divisional Round (18:12) and finishing with recent NFL head coaching changes (38:00).
We recap FFRF’s impressive legal statistics for 2018 (1,060 formal complaint letters to erring government officials ending 315 state/church violations!). FFRF’s Robert G. Ingersoll Legal Fellow Colin McNamara briefly joins us to recap the ruckus his complaint over religious displays is creating in Camden, Mo. The rest of the program is devoted ...…
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Linda Metzger is the Long Island Genealogist. On today's episode, you'll hear how she turned a hobby into a career as a certified genealogist working to uncover the lost or simply forgotten stories of people and their lives.By (Chris Kretz).
In a shorter-than-usual episode, we make way for a malty, hoppy, delicious 2019 by commenting on some of the Brewers Association 2018 stats. What was your first beer of the new year? Become a supporter of this podcast:
FFRF’s lead attorney Rebecca Markert tells us about our recent victory by the Ninth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals, who refused to rehear their decision declaring unconstitutional the practice of the Chino Hills (California) School Board opening sessions with prayer. After hearing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declare that Christians should ...…
Princeton professor Imani Perry tells us about her new biography, Looking For Lorraine: The Radiant Life of Lorraine Hansberry, about the artist/activist/freethinking author of the play and movie Raisin In The Sun, who was the first Black woman to have a play on Broadway. We celebrate the New Year on a relaxing but irreverent note by hearing so ...…
Ralph and Joseph Miranda breakdown some of the latest MLB news following the 2018 Winter Meetings (2:27), preview the upcoming College Football Playoff games (27:39), and analyze the NFL playoff picture heading into the final week of the season before discussing possible head coaching changes (34:09).…
In this episode we celebrate a recent New Beer Thursday and a case of serious serendipity. Then, fresh off a screening, we review the new documentary "Brewmaster." Become a supporter of this podcast:
During this week of the Winter Solstice, we rejoice in a federal court victory. FFRF attorney Patrick Elliott tells us about the positive decision in our legal challenge to bible classes in West Virginia public elementary schools. After hearing some "holiday humor," Christmas jokes, and irreverent seasonal songs (including Tom Lehrer's "A Chris ...…
We celebrate the December 15 “Bill of Rights” Day. FFRF Legal Assistant Whitney Steffen tells us about the many “Winter Solstice” and “Bill of Rights” displays that FFRF members are erecting around the county to counter the Christian nativity scenes on public property. Then we talk with Leslea Mair, co-director, producer, and writer of the beau ...…
This week’s guest is feminist-topical singer/songwriter Kristin Lems, who will perform one of her classic songs and a new song about Trump (“Like a Duck”). Tune in to learn more about a surprising First Amendment violation halted speedily in Illinois by FFRF constitutional attorney Ryan Jayne. The show includes a first-hand report on the Intern ...…
We've interviewed people who have restored houses and inns and even old race cars but how do you go about restoring a lake? We conitnue our conversation with Evelyn Vollgraff (Lake Ronkonkoma Historical Society) and Danielle Campbell (News 12) to learn how to do just that. Turns out you need a dedicated commmunity, invested local businesses, an ...…
In this holiday-casual episode, we rehash the recent round of Black Friday imbibing. We also briefly discuss the incomparable Loral hop and a 'drinkthrough' of a local watering hole taplist. Become a supporter of this podcast:
Ralph and Joseph Miranda dissect the college football playoffs (1:55), talk NFL football (16:00), and give their thoughts on Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson’s “The Match” (38:52).
Twelve-year-old author Bailey Harris, who started writing her first book when she was eight, speaks at FFRF's annual convention in San Francisco on November 2, telling us how she came to write the freethought children's book My Name Is Stardust. Then we hear the actor, director and producer John de Lancie (who played "Q" on Star Trek: The Next ...…
We have a victory to report in Colorado and a victory to defend in Florida. After hearing 19th-century Robert G. Ingersoll's 1897 "Thanksgiving Sermon,” the 21st-century comedian Leighann Lord gives us "Six things to argue about at Thanksgiving other than politics." Then we talk with the first winner of FFRF's new "Avijit Roy Courage Award," Ra ...…
The waters of Lake Ronkonkoma have seen it all: Native Americans, English settlers, Broadway actresses, 20th century resort-goers and automobile racers. No one knows this better than Evelyn Vollgraff, president of the Lake Ronkonkoma Historical Society. Today we dive into the history of the lake, the many myths and legends that surround this ve ...…
We announce a new lawsuit challenging the creation of a Christian chaplaincy in Wisconsin's Department of Justice. After exposing the dangerous Christian nationalism of the acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker (appointed by Trump to replace Sessions), we talk with FFRF's new Editorial Assistant Bailey Nachreiner-Mackesey about the Trump adm ...…
Just returning from our national convention in San Francisco, we hear the Moment of Bedlam at the annual Nonprayer Breakfast and hear parts of speeches by actor John de Lancie, Secular Coalition for America director Larry Decker, U.S. Representative (Ca.) Jared Huffman, and comedian Leighann Lord. After hearing Dan Barker's song "The Freethough ...…
Dr. John Strong, professor emeritus of Southampton College, has spent a career pursuing the history of Long Island's Native Americans. His latest achievement is bringing to life the earliest days of American whaling, using what amounts to 17th century spreadsheets. He uncovers an East End in a whaling frenzy. Start-up companies (called whale de ...…
Things get historical as we discuss coopering and past beer trends. Plus, we recap a recent trip to the Brew City itself, Milwaukee. Become a supporter of this podcast:
FFRF lead attorney Rebecca Markert, celebrating 10 years at FFRF, updates us on the legal department's past year of litigation and non-litigation victories for state/church separation. After hearing Joni Mitchell sing "Big Yellow Taxi" and Dan Barker sing "Bread & Roses" (in honor of Annie Laurie's birthday), we talk with United Church of Canad ...…
This week we discuss the oral arguments in two federal cases by FFRF: Barker v. Conroy, in DC Circuit Court of Appeals, dealing with discrimination by the chaplain of the U.S. House of Representatives, and Gaylor v. Mnuchin, in Chicago's 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, dealing with FFRF's challenge of the IRS code that allows ministers to exclude ...…
In this episode we sip on a delicious double dry-hopper from Revolution Brewing, and reflect on a recent first visit to Chicago-area chain Bulldog Ale House. Become a supporter of this podcast:
We usher in the holiday season early with this deep dive into the Charles Dickens Festival in Port Jefferson. Five of the driving forces behind the Festival, including four of the actors, tell us what it's like re-enacting the Victorian Era and what Dickens means to them. Further Research Arts Council Greater Port Jefferson Northern Brookhaven ...…
"Cleaning up after dogma" is the theme of this week's program. After celebrating the births, lives and irreverence of the late Tom Petty and Ursula K. LeGuin, we'll play an outrageous clip of evangelist Pat Robertson, whitewashing Saudi Arabian abuses. We'll report on two nationally significant FFRF court challenges and other FFRF news. In hono ...…
This episode is part rant, part commentary on the state of the craft beer industry. So much speculation and blame happening, it's almost as bad as the stock market! Become a supporter of this podcast:
In this episode we dive into a full recap of the first-ever Half Acre Invitational, Far & Away. The event took place in Chicago, IL on October 13, 2018. Become a supporter of this podcast:
Ralph and Joseph Miranda discuss the New York Giants following their loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday Night Football (1:32), analyze the AFC ahead of the big Chiefs vs Patriots Week 6 matchup (13:25), give their current playoff predictions division-by-division (17:31), and review the progress of this year’s Rookie QB class (23:50) be ...…
“Don't mourn — organize!" Those are fitting words by freethinking labor organizer Joe Hill for discouraged secularists after another right-wing justice has joined the Supreme Court. FFRF legal fellow Colin McNamara tells us about the educational letter he helped us send to Kentucky governor Matt Bevin, who has officially encouraged all children ...…
Ralph and Joseph Miranda discuss the 2018 MLB Playoffs (2:58), college football (24:06)—specifically Notre Dame (25:58) and Tennessee (30:50), the Ryder Cup (40:50), and Tiger Woods (43:17).
In this episode we expound on our visit to the 5th annual Woodstock Ale Fest. We also acknowledge a local beer gem and give the Galaxy hop its due. Become a supporter of this podcast:
More FFRF state/church victories and school-prayer challenges to report in Georgia and Alabama. After hearing the Joe Hill song "The Preacher and the Slave" (sung by Dan Barker and Kristin Lems), we talk with FFRF attorneys Patrick Elliott and Ryan Jayne, who listened to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's entire initial testimony before th ...…
In this episode, the podcast caters to newbies with the Let's Sip Craft Beer Primer. Then, it's time for a first sip of Melvin Brewing, new to the Chicago market. Become a supporter of this podcast:
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